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  • cannot enrol in more than 1.0 course per session at an Affiliated University College

If you are a part-time student, and are taking only one course, you cannot take the course at an Affiliated University College.

  • First Year students who are taking Social Work 1025A/B and Social Work 1026A/B in partial fulfilment of the admission requirements for the Social Work program .
  • In September, you may ask the Dean's Office of your Faculty for special permission that grants you an exception to this regulation. 

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Be strategic in selecting your first-year courses to ensure you will meet future course and module/program requirements.

  • Compare antirequisite information of all your course selections
  • Keep track of antirequisites so you do not risk losing credit for a course
  • Access to Courses : There may be extra enrollment conditions that restrict or delay your access to register in courses. These conditions are referred to as enrollment constraints.  Refer to the Notes section in Draft My Schedule or when registering for a course to review the enrollment conditions for the course.  Refer to the Enrollment Conditions/Enrollment Constraints section on the Register in Fall/Winter Courses section for more details.
  • First Year Requirements : See Breadth Requirements for Bachelor Degrees in the Western Academic Calendar for an explanation of the First Year Program as well as overall Breadth Requirements necessary for Graduation.
  • Essay v. Non-Essay courses : As part of your eventual graduation requirements, you will also be required to take essay courses. See Graduation Requirements for Essay course requirements for the degree.
  • Module/Program requirements (admission, course, and progression): Now that you know generally what you need to take in first year, review Modules and Programs offered at Western to narrow down the courses you will need to take as part of their admission requirements.

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General Guidance

  • Students may not take more than 5.0 courses in first-year. Students must take a minimum of 1.0 first-year elective course(s) that is non-science.
  • If you have IB or AP credit that is non-science, the non-science first-year requirement has been met.
  • Western Scholars: Consider signing up if you have at least a 90% final admission average.

First Year Course Selection Tips

Actuarial science and financial modelling.

  • Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B, and Calculus 1501B or 1301B (with a mark of at least 85%)
  • Mathematics 1600A/B
  • Economics 1021A/B and 1022A/B [1]
  • 2.5 additional courses at the 1000 level*

*Actuarial Science 1021A/B, Business Administration 1220E, Philosophy 1200 are recommended but not required courses

Note: Economics 1021A/B and 1022A/B, Philosophy 1200, plus Computer Science 1026/B and /or Computer Science 1027A/B are recommended but not required for students interested in Financial Modelling

[1] This requirement can be postponed to year 2, 3 or 4 but is recommended to be taken in year 1 whenever possible

Applied Mathematics

  • 1.0 course from category A or B at the 1000 level
  • 2.5 additional courses at the 1000 level
  • Biology 1001A and 1002B
  • Chemistry 1301A and 1302B
  • 1.0 mathematics course from the math list (Applied Mathematics 1201A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, 1500A/B, 1301A/B, 1501A/B, Mathematics 1225A/B, 1228A/B, 1229A/B, 1600A/B, or Data Science 1000A/B [2]
  • 0.5 course from Physics 1201A or 1501A
  • 0.5 additional course at the 1000 level

Note : HSP Animal Behavior also requires Psychology 1000 and HSP Genetics and Biochemistry requires 1.0 first year Physics courses

[2] This requirement can be postponed to year 2 but is recommended to be taken in year 1 whenever possible.

  • Physics 1201A or 1501A
  • Physics 1202B or 1502B
  • 0.5 course from Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B
  • 0.5 course from Applied Math 1201A/B, Calculus 1301B, 1501B, Mathematics 1225A/B, 1229A/B, 1600A/B
  • 1.0 additional course at the 1000 level

Note:  Students interested in a combination of Chemistry and Biochemistry should also take Biology 1001A and 1002B

  • Computer Science 1025A or 1026A  and  Computer Science 1027B
  • 0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B
  • 0.5 course from: Applied Math 1201A/B, Calculus 1301B or 1501B, Mathematics 1600A/B
  • 2.0 additional courses at the 1000 level

Note:  Students interested in Bioinformatics should also take: Biology 1001A and 1002B, plus Chemistry 1301A and 1302B.

Earth Science for Professional Registration

  • Chemistry 1301A and 1302B
  • Physics 1201A or 1501A
  • Physics 1202B or 1502B 
  • 0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B or Mathematics 1225A/B
  • 0.5 course from: Earth Sciences 1022A/B, or 1023A, or 1070A, or 1081A/B or 1083F
  • 1.0 course from: Applied Math 1201A/B, Biology 1001A, 1002B, Computer Science 1025A/B, 1026A/B, 1027A/B, Calculus 1301B or 1501B, Mathematics 1228A/B, 1229A/B, 1600A/B, Statistical Sciences 1023A/B, 1024A/B
  • 1.0 course from Category A or B at the 1000 level

Earth Science - Geology

  • Chemistry 1301A
  • 1.5 courses from: Earth Sciences 1022A/B, 1023A, 1070B, 1081A/B or 1083F, Biology 1001A, 1002B, Chemistry 1302B, Physics 1201A, 1501A, 1202B or 1502B
  • Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B or Mathematics 1225B, plus one of: Applied Math 1201A/B, Calculus 1301B or 1501B, Mathematics 1228A/B, 1229A, 1600A/B, or Statistical Sciences 1024A/B [3]

[3] This requirement can be postponed to year 2 but is recommended to be taken in year 1 whenever possible.

Earth Science - Geology & Biology or Environmental Geoscience

  • Chemistry 1301A and 1302B Biology 1001A and 1002B

For Geology & Biology:

  • 1.0 course from Calculus 1000A/B, 1500A/B and one of: Applied Math 1201A/B, Calculus 1301B, 1501B, Mathematics 1600A/B, Statistical Sciences 1024A/B OR BOTH OF Mathematics 1225A/B and 1229A/B [4]

For Environmental Geoscience:

  • 0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A/B, 1500A/B or Mathematics 1225A/B 0.5 course from: Applied Math 1201A/B, Calculus 1301A/B, 1501A/B, Math 1229A/B, 1600A/B, or Statistical Sciences 1024A/B

[4] This requirement can be postponed to year 2 but is recommended to be taken in year 1 whenever possible.

Earth Science - Geophysics

  • 1.0 course from: Earth Sciences 1022A/B, 1023A, 1070A/B 1081A/B or 1083F,
  • Chemistry 1301A, 1302B, Mathematics 1600A/B
  • Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B and Calculus 1301B or 1501B
  • 1.0 additional course at the 1000 level [at least 0.5 Earth Sciences course is recommended]

Environmental Science

  • Biology 1001A and 1002
  • 0.5 course from: Environmental Science 1021F/G, or a 1000-level half course in Geography, or Earth Sciences 1022A/B, 1023A/B, 1081A/B, or Physics 1201A, 1202B, 1501A, 1502B
  • 1.0 course from: Applied Mathematics 1201A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, 1500A/B, 1301A/B, 1501A/B, Mathematics 1225A/B, 1228A/B, 1229A/B, 1600A/B, or Data Science 1000A/B
  • 1.0 course from category B at the 1000 level [recommended]

Integrated Science

WISc admitted students need to pick the following courses (5.5 courses in year 1):

  • 2.0 Integrated Science 1001X
  • 0.5 Integrated Science 1000Z
  • 0.5 Calculus 1000A/B or 1500A/B
  • 0.5 Chemistry 1301A/B
  • 0.5 Physics 1201A or 1501A
  • 0.5 additional Science course*

* HSP in Integrated Science with Biology, the HSP in Integrated Science with Environmental Science, or the HSP in Integrated Science with Genetics take Biology 1001A . HSP in Integrated Science with Mathematics take Mathematics 1600A/B . HSP in Integrated Science with Computer Science take CS 1026A .

  • 3.0 additional courses, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%. It is recommended the Mathematics 1600A/B and/or Mathematics 1120A/B be taken in first-year.  If taken in first-year, the course(s) will count toward the 3.0 principal courses.

Neuroscience

  • 1.0 course : Biology 1001A and Biology 1002B (students in faculties other than Science in Year 1 may take Biology 1201A and Biology 1202B).
  • 1.0 course : Psychology 1002A and Psychology 1003B, or Psychology 1000 (Main Campus students must take 1002A/1003B).
  • 1.0 course : Chemistry 1301A and Chemistry 1302B.
  • 0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B.
  • 0.5 course : Data Science 1000A/B.

Additional courses required must be completed prior to Year 3 :

0.5 course from: Physics 1201A or Physics 1501A, or the former Physics 1028A or the former Physics 1301A.

Note: A full load of courses during the Fall/Winter of Year 1 is not required for admission to Year 2 of the Honours Specialization in Neuroscience, but students should keep in mind 20.0 courses are required to graduate..

Physics & Astronomy

  • Calculus 1000A/B (or 1500A/B) and 1501B or 1301B (with a mark of at least 85%)
  • Mathematics 1600A/B (can be done in second-year)
  • 1.5 additional courses at the 1000 level (0.5 must be from the Faculty of Science)

Note : Students interested in Materials Science should also take Chemistry 1301A and 1302B.

  • Statistical Sciences 1023A/B (recommended only)

Note : Major in Applied Statistics requires 1.0 course from: Psychology 1000, Biology 1001A, 1002B, Sociology 1020

Medical Sciences First Entry

5.0 courses and Medical Sciences 1000Y  (non-credit course) must be completed during the Fall/Winter of  Medical Sciences 1 . 

The following courses are the required courses of Medical Sciences 1 and must be completed by the end of the Fall/Winter of Medical Sciences 1.  

  • Medical Sciences 1000Y (non-credit required course, NEW for 2022 )
  • 1.0 course : Biology 1001A and 1002B
  • 1.0 course : Chemistry 1301A and 1302B
  • 0.5 course from: Calculus 1000A or 1500A
  • 0.5 course from: Applied Math 1201B, Calculus 1301B, 1501B or Math 1600A/B
  • 1.0 course at the 1000-level from Category A or B. A 0.5 course from Category A + 0.5 course from Category B, both at the 1000-level, may be taken to satisfy this requirement.
  • 0.5 course from: Physics 1201A/B, Physics 1501A/B
  • 0.5 course from: Computer Science 1026A/B, Physics 1202A/B, Physics 1502A/B
  • Note : Students who choose to defer this requirement must successfully complete 5.0 courses during the Fall/Winter of Medical Sciences 1 to progress to Medical Sciences 2 (i.e., by taking an optional course). 

Course Selection with particular Modules in Mind:

Please refer to the Academic Calendar for a complete listing of requirements (including admission requirements) for each module offered by the Bachelor of Medical Sciences Program.

  • Medical Bioinformatics :   Students interested in applying to the Honours Specialization in Medical Bioinformatics must complete Calculus 1301A/B or Calculus 1501A/B.
  • Medical Biophysics : Students interested in applying to a module in  Medical Biophysics must complete Calculus 1301A/B or Calculus 1501A/B, as well as 1.0 Physics courses (recommended completion in first year).

Planning for HSP Neuroscience while maintaining eligibility to continue in Medical Science First Entry:

Medical Sciences 1 students wishing to be considered for the Honours Specialization in Neuroscience while maintaining their eligibility for Medical Sciences 2 must take 5.0 during the Fall/Winter: Principal courses for Neuroscience :

  • 1.0 course : Psychology 1002A and Psychology 1003B.

Additional courses required to progress from Medical Sciences 1 to Medical Sciences 2 :

0.5 course from: Applied Mathematics 1201A/B, Calculus 1301A/B or Calculus 1501A/B, Mathematics 1600A/B. 0.5 course from: Physics 1201A or Physics 1501A. Medical Sciences 1000Y (non-credit required course).

A full load of courses during the Fall/Winter of Year 1 is required for progression to Medical Sciences 2 and it is strongly recommended that the following be taken in first year. Note : Students interested in Neuroscience may want to consider deferring the following until after first year:

0.5 course from: Computer Science 1026A/B, Physics 1202B or Physics 1502B.

If admitted to the Honours Specialization in Neuroscience, students will not need to complete Physics 1202B/1502B or Computer Science 1026A/B. Students not admitted to Neuroscience and who progress to Year 2 Medical Science First Entry will need to complete this requirement by the end of Year 2.

Advanced Standing Credit Advice:

  • A degree requires a minimum of 5.0 first year courses. Advanced standing courses count towards this requirement.
  • Students may repeat an advanced standing course(s) OR take a combination of first year courses and senior level courses. If they repeat an advanced standing credit, the IB or AP advanced standing transfer credit will be lost.
  • If students receive advanced standings for prerequisite courses such as Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and/or Physics, and choose not to repeat any of those advanced standing credits, they may take module courses (2000 level) that have those courses as prerequisites. This will mean that their course load will have some first year requirements (could be required first year prerequisites and/or electives) and some module courses.
  • If admitted with 3.0 advanced standing credits or more, students will be considered as second year. Transfer credits may satisfy breadth but no essay requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a student take a 0.5 course in category a and a 0.5 course in category b in first year.

Yes. The Faculty of Science allows this combination, as well as a full 1.0 course in one of the two categories. However, this may also limit a student’s choice in terms of module and course selection in year 2, should they change faculties.

Should Science/Medical Sciences students take an essay course in first year?

Students should be advised to select option courses that are of particular interest to them, based on previous experience – not on the basis of whether the course is an essay course or not. Many modules have essay course built in.

What are the implications for a student who decides not to take any Calculus in first year?

The student will be limiting his/her module choices as at least a 0.5 Calculus is required for most modules in Science and Basic Medical Sciences.

Can a Science/Medical Sciences student take a course at an Affiliated University College?

All students at Western, including those in the Faculty of Science, can take 1.0 course at one of the Affiliated University Colleges per session, provided the course is not offered on main campus.

What constitutes a ‘subject area’ in Science, to ensure a student has 4 different areas and no more than 2.0 courses in each?

Actuarial Science; Astronomy; Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Physics; Statistical Sciences – are all separate subject areas. Courses in Applied Mathematics, Calculus and Mathematics belong to the same subject area – the subject area of mathematics.

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